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anyone using wireless?

by windows1230 / November 29, 2009 7:07 AM PST

What wireless router is compatible with Windows 7?

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Pretty much all of them
by Jimmy Greystone / November 29, 2009 7:20 AM PST
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Pretty much all of them. The issues come in when you try and use a wireless NIC that has no Vista/Win7 drivers, or you have an 802.11a NIC but only an 11b/g router.

Let's just put it this way. Anyone who tries to sell you on the idea of routers being incompatible with this or that OS/program is full of it. Routers are self-contained bits of hardware and will work with ANY OS or program. Now wireless network cards are a different story, and those can have driver issues that present problems, but that has nothing to do with the router.

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Yes routers just broadcast the signal wirelessly
by orlbuckeye / November 29, 2009 11:51 PM PST
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and your laptop wireless card receives them. Sometime you have to change IP addresses with the help of the vendor. You have to install the drivers for you wireless card also.

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